ephlox

Well-Known Member
Aug 22, 2004
60
0
156
Hi,
what is Virtfs Directory ? if we remove this what will happen ?


Regards,
ePhlox
 

dragonbooster

Active Member
Oct 4, 2006
34
0
156
Hello

Virtfs, with this Perl script, you will be able to add and delete virtual servers, as well as set up the virtual servers for Apache, FTP, and E-mail. In addition, typical system administration tasks can be carried out, such as adding/removing users and groups, and simple Sendmail configuration.

For more information you can refer http://www.prongs.org/virtfs/docs/virtfs.pdf
 

dgbaker

Well-Known Member
PartnerNOC
Sep 20, 2002
2,576
9
343
Toronto, Ontario Canada
cPanel Access Level
DataCenter Provider
dragonbooster said:
Hello

Virtfs, with this Perl script, you will be able to add and delete virtual servers, as well as set up the virtual servers for Apache, FTP, and E-mail. In addition, typical system administration tasks can be carried out, such as adding/removing users and groups, and simple Sendmail configuration.

For more information you can refer http://www.prongs.org/virtfs/docs/virtfs.pdf
That is different from what the poster is asking about. cPanel has there own "virtfs" that is created when users use jailshell.
 

AndyReed

Well-Known Member
PartnerNOC
May 29, 2004
2,221
4
193
Minneapolis, MN
ephlox said:
Hi,
what is Virtfs Directory ? if we remove this what will happen ?
As dgbaker said, Virtfs Directory is created for users with Jailshell. Virtfs is linked to some system files. If you delete the files in virtfs, you delete the actual system files they're linked to; that's very bad idea. The asiest way to is to go through the list of users in WHM >> Manage Shell Access and disable Jailed Shell for users.
 
Last edited: